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that well to suddenly, an inventory glut of shoes with china, maybe north america can make up with it. nike remains a great growth company, a lot of cash, good dividend. i think if it gets hit, unless they can -- remember, china is coming back. so, theoretically, that's what the stock market upped the most since august 2010, it comes back, then nike represents great value. >>> when we come back this morning, a lot more on that deal of the day intercontinental exchange buying the nyse parent, nyse euro next, a live interview with the ceos of both of those companies. meantime, take one more look at futures after the worst day of the month yesterday. futures rebounding a bit. a lot more from squawk on the streets, post nine, at the nyse, when we return. st >>> herbalife is one of the stocks to watch this morning after bill ackman says he is shorting the stock, calling you the company a pyramid scheme. ackman will outline his herbalife argument at an investment presentation in new york city herbalife ceo defended his company yesterday on cnbc. >> this is about bill acman's business model. this
in china, better economic data out of brazil, improving things in india. looking around and finding not double digit opportunities but single-digit opportunities in what is going to be a tough year fundamentally. dennis: last quick answer, let's say we go over the cliff do stocks tumbled on that? should you buy? >> of course stocks are going to go down. look what happened when they voted down the initial t.a.r.p.. look what happened in the first negotiations. the market will trade down if we go over. is a matter of coming back to the drawing board and coming up with ordinary term solution. if that happens stocks will rebound. dennis: thanks very much. gentlemen. cheryl: apple is in the news today. u.s. patent authorities rejected apple's claims about its hinge to zoom feature, a big setback. you can see the feature on your screen. allows you to use your fingers on the screen to zoom in or out. in august 8th jury ruled samsung had infringed on patents and awarded apple $1 billion in damages. this newest and authority, wipes out at least part of that settlement. will get shares of app
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, not only the united states, japan has been easing china has been easing and around the world easing and you would expect the gold to be higher. stuart: you would. paper currencies are not worth what they used to be worth. the euro, for example, the u.s. dollar, for example, the british pound. i mean, this is paper currency under threat. at times like that, you expect gold to go straight up. well, it it had a nice run, but now, even though the fed is printing and printing and printing and the japanese and the europeans join in, the best answer you've got there are more sellers than buyers? >> in terms of monetary easing, the general expectation for inflation down the road. gold would be steady and rising, it's not. that's because gold is now a tradeable asset class. it's no longer a hedge and what it used to be. and the decoupling because they're selling it as they would any stock, etf, or apple. and there are sellers than buyers because of year end sellers and pressure hedge funds have been experiencing and selling off winners. gold is seeing some of the same thing. >> that's interesting, g
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